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Healthcare is a constantly evolving field, and for its professionals to be their most effective, it’s important for them to be aware of developments. For this reason, students enrolled in Grand Canyon University’s RN to BSN degree benefit from the program’s Trends and Issues in Today’s Health Care course. If you’re planning on advancing your nursing education, then read on to learn why staying informed about trends and issues is important for nursing students:

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For registered nurses who want to gain additional healthcare theory knowledge and professional practice, Grand Canyon University’s RN to BSN program can be the perfect fit. In this program’s family-centered health promotion course, students study concepts of the family as the client, screenings across the lifespan, family FHP health assessments, community resources, communication and family education. Continue reading to learn more about some of the family-centered health promotion issues that you’ll study while completing GCU’s RN to BSN program:

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Are you a registered nurse seeking to advance your education and career? If so, then look no further than Grand Canyon University. As a premier provider of nursing education in Arizona for over 35 years, we offer convenient online and evening classes that fit into your busy schedule. Continue reading to learn what you can expect from GCU’s RN to BSN program:

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Grand Canyon University prides itself on being a military-friendly institution. GCU equips military students with the tools and resources that they need to be successful in their college journey. Servicemembers can prepare for a career in healthcare through GCU’s College of Nursing and Health Care Professions, which offers many programs for military students and is dedicated to the learning experience and preparation of every student to take on the modern day medical field. Here are a few healthcare and nursing programs for veterans:

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Looking to make sure your online nursing program is from an accredited university? Every college student deserves a high-quality education and confidence in their degree. Grand Canyon University holds regional, college and program-specific accreditations for its programs, including its online nursing programs. If you are interested in earning your nursing degree online, look to GCU. Learn more about our nursing program accreditation:

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Nurses play a vital role in the healthcare field. They are not only responsible for tending to the needs of patients, but they also assist doctors with important medical work on daily basis. Today, many nurses are choosing to advance their education by earning a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN). Choosing to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree online is a great opportunity for nurses to advance their career and experience higher leadership role, more responsibility and a potential salary increase!

So, how many years does it take to become a nurse with a bachelor’s degree? If you want to earn an RN to BSN, how long does it take? Check out the answers to these questions below:

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